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Zero Hour: The Greatest Political and Economic Revolution Since Democracy Itself

A look into Harry Dent’s brand new book, Zero Hour: Turn the Greatest Political and Financial Upheaval in Modern History to Your Advantage I’ve written 10 books since 1989. Zero Hour, now available on Amazon and in book stores, is one of my most innovative, groundbreaking works yet. The Great Boom Ahead put me on the map with breakthrough demographic indicators and forecasts that tagged the whole decade of the 1990s. The Roaring 2000s sold over 800,000 copies and introduced its own breakthrough concept: the “network corporation,” characterized by bottom-up, not top down, management. Zero Hour brings together all of the […]

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Is the Topping Process in Motion? Key Divergences Starting to Form

In the last update I sent a while back, I was looking for either a top by mid- to late October or the beginning of a topping process into December or January. By the looks of things, it seems that second scenario is unfolding. My co-author on the new book, Zero Hour (out next Tuesday), Andrew Pancholi, also identified the largest ever turn point in his markettimingreport.com newsletter. He pinned that turn point to mid-October. Now that we’re in the second week of November, a lot of his subscribers are wondering whether he was wrong. After all, many indices from […]

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The Fourth Cycle

One of the hardest things I’ve had to stake my name to was the concept of how sunspot cycles ebb and flow about every 10 years and the effect they have on our economy and stock markets… I’ve already got the label of “crackpot,” so giving skeptics more meat to chew on was tough. I did it anyway because I’d done my research (as I always do) and knew that we’ve had major or minor recessions about every 10 years! They occurred in the early 1960s, early-to-mid 1970s, early 1980s, early 1990s, early 2000s, and between 2008/2009. Another is due […]

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Bubble Denial… Just as It May Finally Be Peaking

As I have commented recently, my mainstream media interviews have almost totally dried up – even with Fox Business. The last three I have done have been more about my on-the-ground experience in Puerto Rico! It makes perfect sense though. Bubbles always suck everyone in before they implode. The financial media, like CNBC, become cheerleaders for the bubble. Bears turn to bulls. And almost everyone goes into bubble denial. But mark my words here: This third and final bubble (fourth if you count 1987) is now the biggest and most obvious bubble in this boom since 1983. And it’ as […]

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A Single Grain of Sand

Brexit. Markets up. Shock election of President Trump. Markets up. Drum beats of war with North Korea. Markets up. Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Markets up. Wild fire incinerating Northern California. Markets up. There is nothing – nothing – rational about the Dow breaching 23,000 yesterday. Yet it did. (And in short order it’ll come up against a resistance level, which I’ll tell you about in a few moments.) But then that’s the nature of bubbles. And that’s what makes them so hard to predict. They go up, and up, and up, and up, and up… until one day they reverse. […]

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Major Long- and Short-Term Turning Point Ahead

First things first: My new book is out on November 15, just one month after our annual Irrational Economic Summit which starts this Thursday. It’s called Zero Hour: Turn the Greatest Political and Financial Crisis in Modern History to Your Advantage. So, when I take the stage in the conference center at the Nashville Airport Marriot hotel at 1:25 p.m. local time (central), I’ll give attendees and LIVE Stream viewers a sneak preview of the most important points of the book. And my co-author, Andrew Pancholi, who spoke to acclaim at our last IES conference, will be back again as […]

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The #1 Trigger for Rising Rates, Volatility and a Deflationary Crisis

If you’ve read any of my work, you know I think the iceberg that will ultimately sink the global Titanic is China. It has the greatest overbuilding and debt bubble in history, not to mention the obvious real estate and stock market bubbles. But the Chinese government has too much control over its economy to just let it slide. No. China won’t be the first domino to fall. Rather, the dubious honor may go to lovely and charming Italy. Italians are fun, laid-back people. I love visiting the country. But would I bet on it? No way! Italians think they’ve […]

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Spotting Real Estate Bubbles in the Top 15 Richest Cities

There’s an easy way to identify the cities with the big real estate bubbles. Just find out where the richest citizens live! Back in late 2016, writer Peter Reegh put together a list of the 15 cities based on population of the wealthiest citizens, which was published on therichest.com. These same 15 cities remain at the top of this list today (only now more inflated than a year ago), allowing us to immediately know what areas to avoid. And, once real estate prices have crashed, which I expect they will begin to do sooner rather than later, we’ll have a […]

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Bitcoin and Blockchain: Hype or Fundamental Financial Revolution?

Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan CEO, says Bitcoin is a fraud – likening it to the 17th century tulip bubble – that will eventually blow up. He said he’d fire any trader who traded it. Ron Insana, CNBC contributor, says Bitcoin is in a bubble, with investor enthusiasm driving it to a new fever pitch. He’s cited several reasons why it will fail. Are they right? Is Bitcoin a modern-day tulip bubble leading greedy investors to the slaughter? Well… yes AND no. It’s complicated (which is why I’ve invited Bitcoin expert, Michael Terpin, to speak at our Irrational Economic Summit this October […]

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“Reports of My Death Have NOT Been Greatly Exaggerated!” Regards, Retail

The retail apocalypse coming to a mall near you Is this retail apocalypse you’ve been hearing so much about a reality? Is this really the end for the American shopping mall? Yes! And it’s going to get worse, but I want you to see why it was totally predictable. In fact, just like we forecast that Harley Davidson would suffer, so too did we forecast that retail stores would take a hit with the predictability of spending waves! Yes, the retail, brick-and-mortar, industry is suffering because there are too many stores, online shopping is growing exponentially and shoppers are “moving […]

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